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  • Business Products

    Smartphone dead? Fuel cells offer instant power anywhere

    If there's one thing almost every smartphone user wants, it's longer battery life.

  • File Sharing & P2P

    Cryptocurrency software bundled with BitTorrent triggers complaints

    Some people who use uTorrent, the popular BitTorrent client, are up in arms over the presence of cryptocurrency mining software on their computers which they say was installed without their permission.

  • Apple

    Apple to fill in the blanks on Monday on Watch prices, availability and more

    Apple will live-stream its "Spring forward" event on Monday (US time), when it's expected to tout the Apple Watch and reveal its pricing and on-sale date.

  • Power Management

    These CompSci programs deliver most bang for buck, report finds

    The computer science programs at Stanford University, the University of California at Berkeley and MIT offer students the best return on investment, according to a new report by salary watcher PayScale.

  • Security

    Two indicted for stealing 1 billion email addresses in historic breach

    Two Vietnamese men have been indicted, with one pleading guilty, for hacking into eight U.S. email service providers and stealing 1 billion email addresses and other confidential information, resulting in what's believed to be the largest data breach in U.S. history, the U.S. Department of Justice announced.

  • Networking

    IBM Internet of Things boss takes new job at Internet2

    <a href="https://www.linkedin.com/in/florencehudson">Florence Hudson</a>, most recently IBM's director of Internet of Things Business, has been named Senior VP and Chief Innovation Officer for computer network consortium <a href="ttp://www.internet2.edu/">Internet2</a>.

  • Software

    Five takeaways for CIOs from this year's MWC

    A broad range of companies at Mobile World Congress this week have teamed up to improve smartphone security and offer better software integration for Internet-of-things deployments.

  • Fun Stuff

    Watch drones deliver textbooks in video demo by Zookal

    Receiving textbooks by drone delivery is moving closer to reality as testing of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) continues at Zookal.

  • Networking

    Apple in, AT&T out of The Dow

    Apple, whose <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/article/2882733/ios/apples-710-billion-market-cap-sets-new-record.html">stock market value recently ballooned to more than $700 billion</a>, later this month will take AT&amp;T's place on the <a href="http://www.djaverages.com/?go=industrial-components">Dow Jones Industrial Average</a>.

  • Apple

    IBM CEO Rometty tapped as Northwestern commencement speaker

    Northwestern University has named <a href="https://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/biography/10069.wss">IBM Chairman and CEO Virginia Rometty</a> as its commencement speaker for ceremonies taking place on Friday, June 19 at Ryan Field in Evanston, Ill.

  • Software

    Police arrest man in UK over US Defense Department network intrusion

    British law enforcement agencies arrested a 23-year-old man suspected of being involved in a hacking attack last year against a satellite communications system operated by the U.S. Department of Defense.

  • Development

    JavaScript unites Microsoft and Google

    Version 2.0 of the popular AngularJS JavaScript framework will be built on TypeScript, Microsoft's superset of the scripting language that compiles to JavaScript, thanks to a partnership between Microsoft and Google.

  • Search

    IoT's dark side: Hundreds of unsecured devices open to attack

    A self-described security "amateur" discovered hundreds of Internet-connected devices ranging from cameras to industrial control systems that were connected to the Internet without even basic password protection - meaning they could be easily turned on and off or otherwise manipulated with a single click of a mouse.

  • Encryption

    Windows systems are also vulnerable to FREAK attacks

    A cryptographic library used in all Windows versions is affected by a recently disclosed vulnerability in SSL/TLS implementations that allows man-in-the-middle attackers to force clients and servers to use weak encryption. Internet Explorer and other programs using the library are affected.

  • Search

    Time for all Windows users to FREAK out over encryption bug

    Microsoft on Thursday confirmed that Windows was vulnerable to FREAK attacks, and researchers changed their tune, saying Internet Explorer (IE) users were at risk.

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